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I have been to a wedding that had a 6 layer vhoccywoccydoodah cake and I had a good look at the cake and there was no internal supports. The cake they use is very dense and it is covered in a couple of thick layers of chocolate. Which going back to my original question is why I am looking for a dense chocolate cake recipe. The cakes I have tried also had a ginger and coconut cake layers held together with chocolate ganache. I hope someone has a recipe that fits this...
Thanks for the replys I have noticed that the cakes do look quite burnt but I guess with all of that chocolate you wouldn't taste it. In the program they just seem to stack the cakes quite high sometimes 10 layers and they go not use any structural support. They rely solely on the density and firmness of the cake. Mmm, chocolate pound cake I have never made a pubs cake before and tried and tested recipes that you would like to share?Thanks again
That's great! I will give that a try and let you know how it goes.Thank you
That's great! I will give that a try and let you know how it goes.Thank you
Hi,I am a new poster in this site although I have used it for inspiration and receipts in the past.I currently make cakes as a hobby for friends and family and I am always lookin to challenge myself. I 'specialise' in sculptural cakes and I have made several different styles. I am from the UK and I prefer to make my cakes from scratch, cake mixes are a little unpredictable in the UK and I'm not sure what pudding mix is? I have set myself the challenge of creating a cake...
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